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February 2007

GusGus: Moss

 “GusGus once again throw into the flames a track by Daniel Agust “Moss”, a superb addition to the magnificent vocal landscape of Earth. Pall

Neil Young: Live at Massey Hall

Neil Young: Live At Massey Hall (release date: March 13), produced by Young and the late David Briggs, is the second Reprise Records release in the

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Liberacion, Willard Grant Conspiracy

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists—"The Sons of Cain" From Living with the Living on Touch and GoListen to “The Sons of Cain”

Stiff Records Classic Reissues

Stiff Records—the original indie label that launched the careers of Elvis Costello, Madness and Shane MacGowan—re-releases six classic albums on April 3 2007. Wreckless Eric—

Metric on Be The RIOTTT

Metric - Empty Check out the band in concert at Be The RIOTTT (click on screen) You can see the rest of the set here

Black Belt, From, Dustin O’Halloran

  Black Belt—"Road Crew" from Two Minutes to Midnight on Novoton Preview the whole albumWhat if you kidnapped Pete Townshend, Iggy Pop

Girl Talk at Be The Riottt!

Girl Talk - Mix One Check out the band in concert at Be The RIOTTT (click on screen) You can see the rest of the

Placebo - “Meds” reissue

Placebo Virgin Records is re-releasing Meds, the newest album by London-based alternative rock trio PLACEBO on January 23, 2007, the label announced. The album was originally released

Fark TV - The History of White Rap

In honor of black history month, Fark TV investigates yet another African-American phenomenon poached by Whitey: rap music. By looking back at seminal Caucazoid hip-hop

“I Wish (In Search of the Missing Children)”

The music video “I Wish (In Search of the Missing Children)” by Vienna was produced by a group of young professionals whose aim is to

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